This article will review New York’s service statute, C.P.L.R. § 308, in light of today’s culture and communications. Part One reviews the Constitutional framework of service, the statutory demands for e-mail as a method of service with appropriate leave of court, and provides an overview of the statute. Part Two reviews the evolution of New York case law. Part Three focuses on “how to” use C.P.L.R. § 308(5) to obtain service of process by e-mail. Part Four contemplates the future of service via e-mail.
Recommended CitationAnastazia Sienty, E-Mail Service in New York State, 36 Pace L. Rev. 998 (2016)
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